Food Safety Program
The Food Safety Program at the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment works with local retail food establishments to promote and protect consumer health. The Food Program’s main goals include:
- Working to reduce the risk factors that cause foodborne illnesses
- Ensuring food sold and served to the public is safe
- Promoting compliance with State food safety laws and regulations through education and enforcement
Please use the navigation bar to the left to find information about the Food Program. Licensing information here.
*To report a food-related complaint use the Complaint Line at 719.583.4307
To view Pueblo County restaurant inspection reports, click here.
For the NEW 2013 Colorado Retail Food Establishment Rules and Regulations, click here!
Licensing and inspecting of commercial food operations. Commercial food operations include restaurants, cafeterias, grocery stores, delis, concession stands, mobile food units and pushcarts.
Temporary food event inspections including plan review prior to each event. Event coordinator training is also offered for these events.
Food Safety classes are offered twice a year (see calendar), as well as by request during work hours or on weekends.
Local food safety newsletters are mailed out twice a year to educate owners, managers and employees of food service.
Investigation and follow-up reports of food borne illness and general public health complaints associated with food service operations.
Change of ownership inspections for prospective real estate transactions involving food establishments.
Assistance with consumer alerts and food recalls.
Construction guidance for new establishment or establishments planning to remodel. Services include: pre-plan consultations, plan reviews, construction inspections, and opening inspections.